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Discussion in 'Baptist Colleges / Seminaries' started by SaggyWoman, Mar 5, 2014.
Which kind did you attend?
Perhaps my schooling has been a bit more intense than some on the board, but I expect there are several others who like I have a mix of secular and biblical training.
I have degrees from 4 year public universities, I have degrees from private bible colleges and seminaries. I have accredited degrees and non-accredited. I have associates, bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. And I am still in school, with 4 classes left to go on my next degree which will be an accredited secular Master’s degree from a State university.
Perhaps I am not typical, but I don’t want to ever stop learning, there is still so much more to discover and learn.
I don’t believe our education ever ends. Oh, a particular degree program may end. We may achieve a certification or license. But how can we stop learning when no one has learned it all?
In addition to my USAF training/education in aviation electronics (avionics) and military administration and leadership, I earned a Bachelor of Religious Education from the Clarksville (TN) Baptist College and a Masters Degree in American and European History from Austin Peay State University which is also located in Clarksville, TN.
I've also completed additional undergraduate and graduate-level courses from Liberty University and Tennessee Temple College.
I also completed two years of Bible (and/or Bible-related) classes that were offered by the Faith Baptist Bible Institute that is located in Sellersville, PA.
Liberty and Liberty
I was enrolled at Central Texas College when I was stationed in germany
My parents were teachers so I went where I got free or reduced tuition.
Central Alabama Community College (formerly Alexander City Jr. College
Auburn University (War Eagle!!)
New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary
Private university for my undergrad
SBC seminary for my seminary
Private Divinity School for my doctorate
A good conversation.
And pray tell, where did you do your doctorate?
Pillsbury Baptist College (Private) undergraduate
Maranatha Baptist University (Private) BA
University of Wisconsin (Public) BS
Maranatha Baptist Seminary (Private) MA
Trinity Theological Seminary (Private) D.Min.
American Civil War Institute (Private) Certification in Teaching History
Liberty University (Private) Certification in Counseling
Calvary College (Private) Ed.D.
College of St. Alcuin, Minnesota Graduate School (Private) Ph.D. all but dissertation which I probably will never finish because of health issues
Agree that I could just never stop learning. Now the degrees don't mean as much, but gaining insights and truth is powerful motivation
I received nothing but BS at Hyles Anderson College.
BA from Union University, Jackson, Tennessee. (Baptist)